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- Things That Go Bump in the Night
Scottish Prayer. Traditional. From ghoulies and ghosties. And long-leggedy beasties. And things that go bump in the night, Good Lord, deliver us!.and with you
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From ghoulies and ghosties And long-legged beasties And things that go bump in the night Good Lord, deliver us! Ghosts have been part of human mythology as long as tales have been told around campfires. Maybe before campfires. Some are malevolent, others benevolent or merely curious. Ghosts vary by mythology, religion, era, and ethnic origin.
The meaning and origin of the expression: Things that go bump in the night
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Things That Go Bump in the Night
Have been searching for months for poem that my father used to recite, when I was a child. I am pretty sure it is Scottish because my dad was a Scot. I thought author was Robert Burns ,but when I did a search on his poems , I couldn't find it. So maybe it isn't him. Can anyone help? I only know it as a short prayer. From ghoulies and ghosties and long-leggetty beasties and things that go bump in the night, Good Lord deliver us.
Text: Revelation A technological age has no room for dragons. Those mythological beasts have all been banished. Yet, in , it is quite possible that many of us will encounter a personal dragon. Is there any way to escape? Is there anyone who can accord us a victory?